A Coventry Christmas

Escaping to Coventry, Texas, for the holidays, Keelie is in for a Christmas that s as unpredictable as it is merry When the local vet starts making house calls to check on Keelie s under the weather hamster, Keelie wonders if this Christmas might bring what she s always wanted true love Original.
A Coventry Christmas Escaping to Coventry Texas for the holidays Keelie is in for a Christmas that s as unpredictable as it is merry When the local vet starts making house calls to check on Keelie s under the weather h

  • Title: A Coventry Christmas
  • Author: Becky Cochrane
  • ISBN: 9780821780428
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
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      Published :2018-06-16T11:27:33+00:00

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    • Nathan Burgoine said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:27 AM

      I stayed up to nearly midnight finishing "A Coventry Christmas," and laughing all the while (much to the chagrin of the attempting-to-sleep husband beside me). Keelie is a blast. She's an assistant manager for a grotesque boss at a bookstore, and Christmas is coming, with all the attendant issues thereof (you can tell that Becky Cochrane has book retail history, and the scenes in the book store made me chuckle for their accuracy). She's tired, cranky, hates Christmas, and just wants well, someth [...]

    • Meghan Bingham said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:27 AM

      This book took me a little longer to read. It was cute. One of our clients wrote it and it's based in Houston so there's lots of landmarks you know, which is fun.

    • Taryne Rhedey said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:27 AM

      I swore I wouldn't work another retail Christmas, and yet where do I go everyday to work? A mall. Now don't get me wrong, I quite love my job, but Christmas in retail is exhausting, overwhelming and the Grinch always manages to make an appearance, whether in the form of a customer, co-worker or self. At this time of the year I make it a point to read happy Christmas fluff because frankly, my poor brain can't handle much more.Enter Keelie and Hamlet and their Coventry Christmas adventure. My mana [...]

    • Jasbr said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:27 AM

      Zuerst möchte ich anmerken, dass der Titel des Buches falsche Erwartungen wecken könnte. Das Buch ist keine typische Weihnachtslovestory, wie man sie bei "Zimtsterne mit Zuckerkuss" erwartet. Genauer gesagt kommen Zimtsterne gar nicht vor - Weihnachten spielt auch nur eine sehr untergeordnete Rolle.An sich ist es eine schöne Geschichte rund um Keelie, Verkäuferin in einem Buchladen, deren Freunden und deren Familien. Neben der klassischen Liebesgeschichten, die gleich auf verschiedenen Ebene [...]

    • Sabine said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:27 AM

      Keelie arbeitet in Houston in einem großen Buchladen und ihr Chef Rodney ist ein echtes Ekel, der ihr alles vermiest. Zum Glück aber hat sie ihre Freunde: die Zwillinge Holly und Ivy und ihren bester Freund Evan, einen schwulen Friseur. Es geht ziemlich rasant zu, die Geschichte nimmt schnell an Fahrt auf: Evan, der rausgeworfen wird von seiner launischen Chefin; Keelie, die sich in der Buchhandlung den Fuß bricht; Ted, der im Buchladen merkwürdige Diebstähle aufklären soll und plötzlich [...]

    • Anka Räubertochter said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:27 AM

      "Zimtsterne mit Zuckerkuss" war ein Flop auf ganzer Linie. Selten waren alle Figuren so dermaßen blass wie hier. Vor allem die Nebencharaktere haben quasi keine Eigenschaften und sind bloß wandelnde Klischees. Vor allem nervig fand ich den schwulen besten Freund, der nichts war als ein schwuler Friseur. Ernsthaft?!Die Protagonistin war zusätzlich einfach nur anstrengend und dumm. Sie verliebt sich Hals über Kopf in diesen Tierarzt und sieht sich nach einem Tag schon als die liebende Stiefmut [...]

    • Marika Christian said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:27 AM

      Love love love this book. As someone who has recently found her "home". Becky Cochrane nails the feeling perfectly. Coventry Christmas is truly a celebration of love, the love that exist between friends, between partners,the love between family members, a girl and her hampster and even between a place and the citizens that choose to be there. This book made it's way under the tree of my friends and family. I wanted to share a holiday blessing .

    • Gift said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:27 AM

      So habe ich es mir (fast) vorgestellt: witzig, banal aber nicht komplett klischeehaft, für dieser Art des Formats originell, winterlich, romantisch, feminin aber nicht komplett mädchenhaft oder überdimensional feministisch und sehr nett geschrieben. Der Schluss, wo sich auf einmal alles total beschleunigt hat, hat mir nicht wirklich gefallen, aber ansonsten… also es gibt die noch! „Frauen-Romane“, die man ohne Zahnschmerzen lesen kann.

    • Pat said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:27 AM

      Escaping to Coventry, Texas, for the holidays, Keelie is in for a Christmas that's as unpredictable as it is merry. When the local vet starts making house calls to check on Keelie's under-the-weather hamster, Keelie wonders if this Christmas might bring what she's always wanted: true love. Christmas stories are good any time of year.

    • Kat McKay said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:27 AM

      Cute holiday book. Well written. Good banter between most of the characters. I thought the main male love interest was a little too written-by-a-woman, as in, no man would ever say those things, it sounded more like banter between two girlfriends. All in all though, I recommend if you like to immerse yourself in holiday romance at Christmas time.

    • Onyerbike said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:27 AM

      I'm not usually a straight-out romance book person, but by God, I want to move to Coventry! Thank you, Becky, for creating such a wonderful world! I've been to Coventry for a wedding (A Coventry Wedding), and now for Christmas. I want to go back!*sigh*

    • Jill said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:27 AM

      It was a cute little Christmas story.

    • Amy said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:27 AM

      This book was adorable. It's fun, goofy fluff.

    • Mama said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:27 AM

      I might have gotten into this if I was 20 years younger. Darn it. I'm too old for a light Christmas story of a 28 year old and her dramatic friends. Or, at least, THIS light Christmas story

    • Anna-Lisa said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:27 AM

      Okay I'm giving up on this book now. I just don't connect with the story, the characters, the whole thing. The book sounded so great when I found it in the book store but I just can't get into it.

    • Luann said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 11:27 AM

      Dragged on a bit to long for my taste. Predictable love story.

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